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www.compulab.co.il

CompuLab is Introducing Trim-Slice –the first NVIDIA® TegraTM 2 based desktop

Haifa, Israel –24-Jan-11 – CompuLab is introducing Trim-Slice – a miniature desktop computer powered by

NVIDIA Tegra 2. With 0.6" thick all-metal housing, Trim-Slice is CompuLab’s smallest and most energy-

efficient computer to-date.

NVIDIA Tegra 2 integrates a 1 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 and an ultra-low power GeForce GPU onto the

same chip, making it the most powerful ARM based system-on-chip available today.

“Trim-Slice is designed to unleash the full potential of NVIDIA Tegra 2” said Irad Stavi, Director of Business

Development at CompuLab. “Trim-Slice feeds the Tegra 2 with all the ingredients for supporting high

performance CPU: 1 GB RAM, SATA SSD and dual SDHC for storage and GbE networking. Users can

experience the outstanding multimedia capabilities of the Tegra 2 through full-HD HDMI, dual-head display

and 5.1 channels digital audio."

“CompuLab demonstrated many times over its expertise in power-efficient system design.” said Igor

Vaisbein, Trim-Slice Project Manager at CompuLab. “The ultra-low power of NVIDIA Tegra 2 enabled

designing Trim-Slice into a miniature form-factor with unprecedentedly low-power envelope while

providing rich multimedia capabilities and PC-like user experience”.

High performance, low-power, rich I/O and miniature rugged design, position Trim-Slice as an attractive

solution for a variety of applications – media player, IPTV, infotainment system, signage, gaming or even

desktop replacement to name a few.

Trim-Slice differs from most other ARM based solutions by being a commercially available open platform

for software developers.

“The software eco-system on ARM is evolving quickly” said Mike Rapoport, Director of SW Development

at CompuLab. “The open-source community and ISVs need an ARM development platform that is versatile,

open and powerful. Trim-Slice meets that by incorporating PC-like performance, memory, storage, display,

I/O and networking in an open platform that allows installation of any supported OS and application.

CompuLab will offer more than one OS working on Trim-Slice out-of-the-box.”

CompuLab will cooperate with ISVs that select Trim-Slice as a reference platform.

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